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15
SEP
2015

Refugee children given rooms

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Watch how housing for 16 refugee children is assembled.
 

Asylum housing units assembled during summer

In Herrljunga, Västgötaslätten, PCS Modulsystem has delivered and assembled premises with space for 16 unaccompanied children. The modules have been arranged to form an attractive angled structure on an area of unused parkland just outside the town centre, and it merges in well with the surrounding area and nearby properties. The modules, 19 in total, contain 16 bedrooms, 12 showers/toilets, a washroom as well as offices, meeting rooms, activity rooms, a kitchen with a dining room, an equipment room, and a storeroom. The structure’s main entrance is located on the inside of the angle, where there is also space for a playground along with a large, pleasant green space. The two arms of the structure are made up of eight and 11 units respectively, and are joined via a wide interlocking door which is covered and hidden by an external panel. The short walls of both arms of the structure are fitted with emergency exits, and the main entrance has been equipped with a stairway, a hallway, and a wheelchair ramp. The structure is single storey, and trusses have been fitted to the modules that support suspended ceilings, plywood and panels that give the structure an attractive, slanted roof. The modules in this application were previously used at Nälsta pre-school in Stockholm, before being reconditioned and adapted for use here.
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